THE DIGITAL AGE IS FOREVER UNDER SURVEILANCE... SNOWDEN IS THE STORY OF THE MAN WHO REVEALED THE TRUTH.
personally and put the attention on the issues that he raises," explained Gordon. He also pointed out his observation on his physicality since becoming Ed was part of his job. "One of the things I noticed actually was, he's got really good manners. He's sort of old-fashioned in a way."
patriotism just believes everything the country does is right and never asks any questions there's another kind of patriotism that says I love this country and I want to make sure that I hold it accountable to be doing the right thing." Shailene Woodley was offered the role after writing a letter directed to Mr. Stone himself. Why she was right for the part? Stone agrees it worked out perfectly. Woodley, who is very involved in her character Lindsay confessed she's been following the story since its beginning and is something that impacted her. She said, "This movie introduces another narrative that is outside of the eyes of journalists. Outside the eyes of mainstream media. But it's really from the eyes of Ed himself, so it's not asking you to think he's a hero or a traitor or asking you to think if what he did was right or wrong. It's saying here's why he did what he did."
obsession that has infiltrated our regular lives in an unsettling way... It's changing the evolution of our culture." This film also stars Jaymes Butler as Drill Sergeant, Rhys Ifans as Corbin O'Brian, Tom Wilkinson as Ewen MacAskill, and Nicolas Cage as Hank Forrester.
"It's not only about illegal mass surveillance... but it's also about cyber warfare."
Director Oliver Stone told us that with creating this film he was constrained by reality. "We had two books. We had the Russian fiction book and we had the Guardian book. We could've pursued the fictional course," but after meeting with Snowden and getting to know him there was a story to tell. A real one. On the issue presented in the film, which is the truth about our security, Stone expressed, "It's not only about illegal mass surveillance... but it's also about cyber warfare."
You can catch this political/dramatic thriller when Snowden opens in theaters Friday, September 16th.
by Jessica G. Ferrer